Pork, Salmon & Turkey
Available in 4x ¼lb, 1lb, 12lb BULK (6x2lb) | 4x113g, 454g and 5443g BULK (6x908g)
EVERYDAY RAW™ (formerly No Frilz) is formulated for adult AAFCO standards. Please see Feeding Guidelines for instructions for puppies.
Pork is rich in unsaturated fats and vitamins B1 (thiamine) B3 (niacin), B6 and B12. It also contains an array of important minerals including iron, selenium and zinc. When combined with salmon, it provides a hugely beneficial essential fatty acid profile.
Salmon is packed full of health promoting nutrients for your pup. It is an excellent source of high-quality protein, vitamins and minerals (including potassium, selenium and vitamin B12), but it is their content of Omega-3 fatty acids that receives the most attention, and rightly so.
Turkey necks provide a natural source of calcium.
The most beneficial Omega-3 fats occur naturally in oily fish in the form of eicosapentanoic acid (EPA) and docosahexanoic acid (DHA). These fatty acids are thought to contribute to healthy brain function, the heart, joints, and general wellbeing.
Red, yellow and green veggies are a great source of antioxidants and phytonutrients for your pet. Ours are blended for maximum absorption.
Feeding Resources You May Be Interested In...
- Red Dog Blue Kat FREE Feeding Guide
- Transitioning Your Pet To A Raw Diet
- Supplements For A Raw Food Diet
- How Much Should I Feed My Pet
- How To Prepare Raw Pet Food
75% MEAT AND ORGAN / 25% VEGGIES
Pork muscle meat (trim & heart), wild salmon, turkey necks, lamb liver, celery, blueberries, bok choy, butternut squash, sunflower seeds, black soldier fly larvae powder, kelp powder.
Contains ground bones, DO NOT COOK.
SUPPLIER / INGREDIENT DETAILS
Ingredients Origin Details Pork meat & organs Canada (BC) Humanely raised without hormones Salmon Canada (BC) Humanely raised without hormones Turkey Canada (BC) Humanely raised without hormones Vegetables Canada (BC)
Our goal is to ensure all animals are treated with respect. We source from suppliers that raise their animals without antibiotics but may administer antibiotics for welfare reasons in the rare event that an animal gets ill.